In the context of an anthropology curriculum, public high school students performed as informant-ethnographers of their own social milieu. Using the techniques of film and fieldwork, students demonstrated that with training and sensitivity such studies could be more than simple academic exercises. Data gathered by students at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School concerning their school's sociocultural organization provides the professional school ethnographer with an additional dimension for study and additional techniques for use in fieldwork in schools.

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